Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

36 Months On: Progress review from the Italian case studyMar 2014
GAP2’s Masters of Science!Jul 2013
24 Months On: Progress Update for Italy Case StudyMay 2013
Social Science Workshop Interview with Martin PastoorsMar 2013
Kai Wätjen’s blog: After the social science workshopFeb 2013
Saša Raicevich’s blog: Post workshop thoughtsFeb 2013
Giovanni Bulian’s blog: Social science workshopFeb 2013
Giles Bartlett’s Blog: Reflections on Chioggia (7-8th Feb 2013)Feb 2013
Jefferson Murua’s Blog: Social Science Workshop, Day 1Feb 2013
Martin Pastoors’ Blog: Social Science Workshop, Day 1Feb 2013

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